Here You can search Post Office by Pincode. The Pincode is given by Ministry of Communication & Technology to major post office for identification of each post office. If you know the Pincode then you can easily find the Postal code. For that, fill the form given below and click submit.
Yes, you can find Post Office with the Postal Index Number. You should only know the Postal Index Number for this.
The Indian postal system is the most distributed in the world. Warren Hastings launched the first postal service in India. The service was created for the East India Company under the name 'Company Mail'. In 1837, regular post offices were started in India under the Post Office Act. The world's highest post office in India is in Hikkim, Himachal Pradesh. The Mumbai GPO (1 lakh sq ft) is the largest post office in India. There are 23 postal circles in the country. Which is operated by the Chief Postmaster General. These circles are divided into divisions. These divisions are Subdivisions.
The PIN code is divided into 9 regions in the country. In this, a separate zone has been created for the army. PIN code was launched in India on 15 August 1972 by Shri Ram Bhikaji Velankar, former Additional Secretary, Union Ministry of Communications.
In India, a postal code or PIN Code (Postal Index Number) is a six-digit code that appears in the following format: XXXXXX. Each digit in the code represents a specific geographic region, sub-region, sorting district, and post office. Here is a breakdown of what each digit in the code represents:
For example, the PIN code for the Connaught Place area in New Delhi is 110001. The first digit "1" represents the Northern region, the second digit "1" represents the sub-region within the Northern region, the third digit "0" represents the sorting district within the sub-region, and the last three digits "001" represent the specific post office within the sorting district.
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